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Author Topic: Natural dreads in their "baby" stage  (Read 3368 times)  Share 

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Natural dreads in their "baby" stage
« on: 07 Jul 13 / 04:51 AM »
Yay I have dreads again  *1*
 

Mouse

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Re: Natural dreads in their "baby" stage
« Reply #1 on: 07 Jul 13 / 08:46 AM »
They look amazing!! So jealous! I love the colour as well, it looks beautiful!

(Also, totally random, but your location is awesome! :P )
 

Inquisitress

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Re: Natural dreads in their "baby" stage
« Reply #2 on: 07 Jul 13 / 02:33 PM »
They look nice :)
 

pippachainsaw

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Re: Natural dreads in their "baby" stage
« Reply #3 on: 07 Jul 13 / 05:42 PM »
they're beautiful!
 

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Re: Natural dreads in their "baby" stage
« Reply #4 on: 09 Jul 13 / 06:08 PM »
Those are really cute :D
 

KneeHighSusan

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Re: Natural dreads in their "baby" stage
« Reply #5 on: 09 Jul 13 / 09:11 PM »
Hello another blue dreadlocks member :) How old are they?
 

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Re: Natural dreads in their "baby" stage
« Reply #6 on: 09 Jul 13 / 10:17 PM »
Thanks  :)
They are 5 days old. yay for blue dreads lol
I'm letting my roots grow in natural so they will turn into green tips one day
Did you notice that because your hair was bleached it locked up super fast?
My first set (un-bleached hair with henndigo) took 4-5 months before they looked like how mine do now  :o
Maybe the henna also slowed the process a little...
 

KneeHighSusan

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Re: Natural dreads in their "baby" stage
« Reply #7 on: 10 Jul 13 / 10:03 AM »
It does lock up faster to an extent but I have really tangly hair anyway, mine are 3 and I feel like I've had them forever haha. I veer between doing my roots and growing them out for a year or so at a time, I find dye sticks much longer and I have no rub off which is great.
 

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Re: Natural dreads in their "baby" stage
« Reply #8 on: 10 Jul 13 / 11:40 PM »
awesome!
 

caz241

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Re: Natural dreads in their "baby" stage
« Reply #9 on: 11 Jul 13 / 12:53 PM »
I have pink dreads. My hair is super soft baby fine, so I think if I didn't have bleached hair before dreading it would have taken longer for them to knot up.
 

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Re: Natural dreads in their "baby" stage
« Reply #10 on: 18 Apr 14 / 12:18 PM »
How's your dreads now? :D
 

 

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